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Seattle Times: Sharing immigration info breaks Gov. Inslee’s promise

Gov. Jay Inslee strode out to a podium last year and told reporters that, under a newly signed executive order, the state agencies he oversees would not willingly assist federal immigration agents. At the time, Inslee said he wanted immigrants who lacked legal residency status to feel safe reporting crimes to police and accessing state services, without fear of deportation.

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About 300 people registered to take the plunge off the dock into frigid water at Columbia Point Marina in Richland during Polar Plunge Tri-Cities on Saturday. All money raised from the event goes to Special Olympics Washington to support local athletes.
Noelle Haro-Gomez Tri-City Herald
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Watch: Taking the plunge for Special Olympics

See how they figure out how many homeless are in the Tri-Cities 1:01

See how they figure out how many homeless are in the Tri-Cities

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Grayson’s 28, defensive pressure allow Kamiakin boys to hang on against Kennewick

Take a look inside Lewis & Clark Elementary School's special choir practice 0:40

Take a look inside Lewis & Clark Elementary School's special choir practice